Line(s) of the Day #WutheringHeights

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Heathcliff, it’s me, I’m Cathy
I’ve come home, I’m so cold
Let me in through your window

Just one of many quotable lines from the debut Kate Bush single Wuthering Heights (1978). Taken from her album The Kick Inside (1978), the song was a UK number one for 4 weeks and a smash hit around Europe. You might also be interested to see my favourite quote from the novel, a line from the 1939 film or a reference to the book in An American Werewolf in London.

Line(s) of the Day #PeterGabriel

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Creativity comes from the freedom to fail. And the freedom to fail comes from experimentation. ┬áThat’s what gives something its individuality.

As said by multi-award winning musician Peter Gabriel when describing Kate Bush on BBC programme The Kate Bush Story: Running up that Hill.

Gr8at: Covers Better Than the Originals

Has there been a song that you were familiar with and then heard another artist’s take on it and been completely blown away? Including the times you actually liked the initial release? I thought I’d choose my favourites and see what you thought. Are you in agreement with many of the songs? Which ones would you add? As always your comments and suggestions are more than encouraged.

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